Archive – January 2013
Princeton University senior Aman Sinha, an engineering student who has pursued research into computational and statistical modeling techniques, has been selected as one of this year's Churchill Scholars.
Frances H. Arnold (1979) left, who earned a bachelor's degree in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from Princeton in 1979 has been named one of 11 inventors who are the recipients of the 2011 National Medal of Technology and Innovation.
RONALD F. PROBSTEIN *50 *52 For those who attended AIAA ASM, you learned that Prof. Ronnie Probstein *50 *52 of MIT received the Pendray Aerospace Literature award at Tuesday's lunch banquet. Probstein graduated from Princeton's MAE department in 1952, stayed on as an assistant professor until 1954, then moved to Brown University and MIT (in 1962). He was instrumental in organizing the first few ASMs. He is truly an amazing scientist, for the depth and bre